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Mr. and Mrs. Travis G. Carpenter

November 30, 2013
The Inter-Mountain

Cristy Dawn and Travis Gerald Carpenter were married Aug. 31 at Marple Chapel, located in southern Upshur County.

The bride is the daughter of Sue and Steve Page of French Creek and Mark and Sis Fisher of Rock Cave, the grand-daughter of the late James "Blue" and Cosbie Fisher and the late Clarman "Cam" and Mildred McKisic and the stepgranddaughter of William "Tuck" and Norma Jean Page. She is a registered nurse at St. Joseph's

Hospital.

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The bridegroom is the son of Steven and Marilyn Carpenter of French Creek, the grandson of Gerald and Velta Carpenter, the late Mildred Carpenter and the late Wilbur and Genevive Bunner. He is employed at Armstrong Flooring

The wedding had a vintage rustic decor. The music was chosen by the bride and bridegroom.

The bride wore an ivory gown with pearl and rhinestone accents, and was escorted down the aisle by her son, Brady Hurst, in a traditional black tux with brown vest and tie.

The matron of honor, Teia Page, sister of bride, wore a lilac tea-length lace dress. The flower girl, Kaylee Fisher, niece of the bride, wore an ivory trimmed in black tea-length lace dress.

The bridegroom and his best man, Dustin Carpenter, brother of groom, wore traditional black tuxedos with champagne brown vest and tie.

The flowers for the bouquets and other decorations were picked from nature and arranged by mother of the bride, Sue Page, with help from other family and friends.

After a week long honeymoon at Myrtle Beach, the couple will reside in their home in southern Upshur County.

 
 

 

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